An alternative and lasting treatment for snoring.
Nightlase is a leading edge laser procedure for the treatment of snoring. It is a non-invasive, simple and effective way to reduce or eliminate snoring.
How does Nightlase work?
Nightlase works by using a laser energy to heat the tissue in the airway causing a tightening effect which helps to keep the airways open.
- Three quick in office appointments
- No downtime
- No pain
- Results usually noticeable after only one treatment
- A better night sleep for you and your partner
Process & Treatment
There is a 3-session protocol, with appointments on day 0 (first appointment), day 15, and day 45 to ensure optimal results.
Most patients notice some improvement after only one session; however, all three sessions are required in order to get the most benefit.
Nightlase is a quick and easy in office procedure.
At Captivating Aesthetics, the first step is to book a consultation with our team experts. During this consultation a brief medical and relevant aesthetic history will be taken. You will have the chance to discuss your treatment concerns, your treatment goals, your fears and concerns in regards to the actual treatment itself. Your full treatment plan, along with expected maintenance will then be discussed.
A detailed series of photographs will be taken at every visit to compare your results to your baseline pictures, as well as monitoring progression of results.
Same day treatment is often possible and is usually discussed at the time of booking the consultation.
One you arrive at our clinic our front-end team will set you up with some intake forms. After these are completed you will meet with your laser technician who will go over what to expect during and after the treatment and answer any questions you may have prior to starting. After this it is a very quick and easy procedure.
Following the treatment, you’re able to immediately resume all normal activities except eating and drinking which you will need to wait a minimum of two hours for.
Pricing is for all three treatments and costs $1500.